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Executive Secretarial 

"When you see someone without a smile, give him one of J 
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DARLENE J. RAMSEY 

Executive Secretarial 

"Our lives are shaped by those who love us — by those who 
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Executive Secretarial 

'To Z-oi/e someone is like a beautiful day, but to have 
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CAROL E. SCOTT 

Child Study 

"Stormy weather is what man needs from time to time to 
remind him he's not really in charge of anything. " 



KATHY SHANE 

Travel Administration 

"You give but little when you give of your possessions. It is 
when you give of yourself that you truly give. " 






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LOR A ANN HAM E LIN 

Executive Secretarial 

"Don't look back on the past, but look forward to the 
future. " 



DEBBIE LEFEBVRE 
Executive Secretarial 



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BARBARA JEAN GEORGIA 

Executive Secretarial 

"Then the Lord God said: "It Is not good for man to be 
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Executive Secretarial 

'Without love there is a long road which leads nowhere!' 





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SUSAM ELIZABETH GRIMES 

Medical Assistant/Secretarial 

itter by far you should forget and smile then that you 
should remember and be sad. " 




JACQUELINE M. HONEK 

Executive Secretarial 

"One advantage in growing old is that you can stand for 
more and fall for less. " 





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Medical Assistant/Secretarial 
7 wish all days could be sunny and bright. " 



KAREN LYNN HUG 

Executive Secretarial 

"Without your love I'd be nowhere at all, I'd be lost if not 
for you." 






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Business Administration 
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Medical Assistant/Secretarial 

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Executive Secretarial 

"Happy are those who dream dreams and are happy to pay 
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Child Study 




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Mental Health Assistant 

"// you want to feel complete, don't you know that you've 
got to take the bitter with the sweet. " 



DEBRA DA VIS 

Theatre Arts 

'Oh. earth, you're too wonderful for anybody to realize 
you. " 






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Executive Secretarial 
'The only way to have a friend is to be one." 







CLAUDIA J. CHOJNICKI 
Sociology 



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DEBORAH M. CIRCOSTA 

Medical Assistant/Secretarial 

"Each man should develop the most from the natural gifts 

of his body and mind for a sense of personal achievement. " 









LINDA CAMPOCHIARO 

Legal Secretarial 

'Just when I nearly had the answer, I forgot the question. " 





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DENISE MARIE MORIN 

Legal Secretarial 

"Happiness is like a butterfly. The more you chase it, the 
more it will elude you. But if you turn your attention to other 
things, it comes and softly sits on your shoulder. " 



ELLEN CONROY 
Medical Assistant/Secretarial 





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WENDY L. CLARK 
Travel Administration 
'Let tomorrow be the first day of the rest of our lives. 



VALERIE A. CARR 
Music 
"Love is friendship set to music." 

"Life is like a piano. What you get out of it depends on how 
you play it! To love someone is to give them room enough 
to grow. " 







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DEB I ALBINUS 

Child Study 

"I wanna laugh while the laughin is easy, I wanna cry if 
it makes it worthwhile. I may never pass this way again." 







JANE SPINU 

Legal Secretarial 

"Rivers belong where they can ramble; Eagles belong 
where they can fly; I've got to be where my spirit can run 
free; got to find my corner of the sky. " 





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MARTHA MARGARET BROWN 
Child Study 
So close and yet so far." 





SUSAN JANE HOWES 
Medical Assistant/Secretarial 
'This is the moment." 






JANICE LA FOUNTAIN 
Executive Secretarial 
'Love is the very essence of Life 1 " 



LOUISE MC GUIRE 
Executive Secretaria 
'Eat. sleep, and be merry!" 





KATHI FITZGERALD 

Child Study 

"For every bit of kindness there's a little love we leave 
behind. " 



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BETSY SEDGWICK 

Child Study 

"Zen is: When all living things of the Earth open their eyes 
wide and look me in the eye. . . " 







NANCY LEE SCHUSTER 

Medical Assistant/Secretarial 

"She looks like an angel and acts like one too, but you can 
never tell what an angel will do. " 






KATHERINEL GILBERT 

Child Study 

"Love bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things 
and endures all things. " 






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Medical Assistant/Secretarial 

"An obstacle is something you see when you take your eyes 
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Fashion Merchandising and Retailing 

"A million tomorrows shall pass away, before I forget all 
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Administrative Assistant 

'Time passes on 

Like a river that must always run. 

Now you are gone. 

But I will have you till time is done." 



SALLY RYAN HALL 

Child Study 

"It seems to me a crime we should age. These fragile times 
should never slip us by." 






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JOAN J. BIERNAT 

Legal Secretarial 

"The happiest moments of my life have been in the flow of 
affection among friends. " 



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Executive Secretaria 



"Very little is needed to make a happy life. It's all within 
yourself, in your way of thinking. " 




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ANDREA LEIGH DU CHAR ME 

Legal Secretarial 

"From each according to his abilities, to each according 
to his needs. " 






JEAN DELLA ROCCA 

Theatre Arts 

"My passion for acting emphasizes my imagination as well 
as my feelings. " 







ALLISON DODGE 
Medical Assistant/Secretarial 
"Happy are those who dream dreams and are ready to pay 
the price to make them come true. " 





MAUREEN ROSS 
Pre-Nursing 




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MARY ELLEN PAOLINI 

Executive Secretarial 
'Don't walk in front of me — 
/ may not follow. 
Don't walk behind me — 
I may not lead. 
Walk beside me — 
And just be my friend. " 



MARTHA A. LATHROP 
Legal Secretaria 







DEBRA A. RAMOS 
Education 
'Be a rose, not a thorn; be a friend, not an enemy. 



KA THRYN ANN PAINCHAUD 

Executive Secretarial 

"We may choose something like a star, to stay our minds on 
and be staid. " 




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Music 
'Music is the melody whose text is the world. 



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MARY ELLEN WILLSON 

Business Administration 

"Let today embrace the past with remembrance, and the 
future with longing. " 






LYNN ANNE WELCH 
Legal Secretarial 






BARBARA VAN NESS 
Child Study 
Happiness is being alone every once in a while. 





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Executive Secretarial 
'Yesterday has past now let's all start living." 



SANDY A. DUVAL 

Administrative Assistant 

. Where there is doubt, faith 
Where there is despair, hope. . . " 






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Legal Secretarial 

"// a man does not keep pace with his companions, perhaps 
it's because he hears a different drummer. Let him step to 
the music he hears however measured or far away. " 



VICKY LYNN THIBODEAU 
Medical Assistant/Secretarial 
"Strive to be happy." 






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POLLY LEE PARKER 

Travel Administration 

'Happiness is a direction, not a place." 




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ROBIN ELIZABETH CASTAGNA 

Legal Secretarial 

"The foolish man seeks happiness in the distance; 
The wise grows it under his feet. " 



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Legal Secretarial 

"Reach for the heavens and hope for the future and all that 
we can be. not what we are. " 





KAREN ANN ALEXIS F 00 HEY 
Administrative Assistant 



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SHARON LEIGH MAKAR 

Executive Secretarial 

"Confusion is caused by lack of communication, and lies 
are far more damaging than silence. " 



GAIL MARIE BEAUREGARD 

Executive Secretarial 

"What's the earth 
With all its art. 
verse, music, worth — 
Compared with love, 
found, gained, and kept?" 









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Executive Secretarial 
'The time has come to show what I have learned. 



PAMELA GRACE REDIFER 
Art 



"It's a time to jump and a time to toot, a time to feel laughter 
bubbling up inside. Spring is both innocent and wanton like 
a melody played on the pipes. " 





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DEBORAH ANN BOURKE 

Fashion Merchandising and Retailing 

"Why is it that everyone is always asking me why I'm never 
satisfied; perhaps to me success is not reaching a goal but 
going beyond it. " 




PEGGY EILEEN O'NEIL 

Fashion Merchandising and Retailing 

"What is to come we know not. But we know that what has 
been, was good. " 







LINDA MARIE REUTER 
Executive Secretarial 





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MARYBETH RAY 

Administrative Assistant 

"Keep your life simple and uncomplicated, and you will 
be happy. " 









DONNA PARENT 

Fashion Merchandising and Retailing 

"Faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence 
of things not seen. " 



MARY SHIELDS 
Fashion Merchandising and Retailing 
"True friends are like diamonds, precious and rare, false 
ones like autumn leaves found everywhere." 







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CLAIRE E. SULLIVAN 
Executive Secretarial 
'Friendship doubles our joy, and divides our grief. 



JANET STEVENS 

Music 

"// you don't fight for what you want, you never wanted it 
to begin with. " 







SUSAN MARIE ARMENTANO 
Executive Secretarial 



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Fashion Merchandising and Retailing 




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Executive Secretarial 



SUZANNE CAROL FETTES 
Art 




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SUSAN PUTNEY 

Travel Administration 

"/ will follow where the path may lead, but I will go where 
there is no path, and I will leave a trail. " 



PAULA S. PERHONIS 
Child Study 
7 listen to the wind . .. to the wind of my soul. " 






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Medical Assistant/Secretarial 
'Wild as the summer grass. " 




DAWN GUI lb 

Medical Assistant/Secretarial 

"The time to be happy is now. the place to be happy is here; 
the way to be happy is to make others so." 








EILEEN M. DESMARAIS 

Medical Assistant/Secretarial 

"Time is not measured by the passing of the years, but by 
what one does, what one feels, and what one achieves." 









LOU ANNE DEFRINO 

Executive Secretarial 

"Laughter, like the sunshine brightens everything around 
and lightens hearts of those who hear. " 







CHERYL ROSE 

Executive Secretarial 

"No matter where you go, there is always something you 
must leave behind." 




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Executive Secretarial 



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MARY ELLEN STUBBS 

Administrative Assistant 

'The language of friendship is not words, but meanings. 




ANDREA TASHJIAN 

Education 

"Happiness is as a butterfly, which when pursued, is 

always beyond our grasp, but which, if you will sit down 

quietly, may alight upon you." 










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Pre-Nursing 
'A quitter never wins and a winner never quits. 



GAYLEEN MARIE GRENDAHL 

Psychology 

"All that you behold, tho' it appears without, it is within, 
in your imagination, of which this world of morality is but 
a shadow. . ." 







DOROTHY A. LYDON 

Child Study 

-To have failed is to have striven, to have striven is to 
have grown. " 





PAMELA MEDLYN 

Administrative Assistant 

"Far away there in the sunshine are my highest 
aspirations. I may not reach them, but I can look up and see 
their beauty, believe in them and try to follow where 
they lead. " 






LINDA A. GRIECO 
General Studies 
'Thanks for the Memories." 



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CYNTHIA A. CUM MINGS 

Administrative Assistant 

"Absence makes the heart grow fonder." 









PAULA JEAN VALE NT I 

Legal Secretarial 

"Ignore dull days; forget the showers; keep count of only 
shining hours. " 



BR END A JOAN COMEAU 

Legal Secretarial 

"In the presence of nature a wild delight runs through man, 
in spite of real sorrow. " 










KAREN ELIZABETH WAHLBERG 

Executive Secretarial 

"// / hold the green bough in my heart, the singing bird 
will come. " 



JANE ELIZABETH STAFFORD 
Fashion Merchandising and Retailing 





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PAMELA MAR ATE A 
Travel Administation 
"If only you'd believe in miracles, so would I " 







LORRIE ROUSSEAU 
Legal Secretarial 
'Forever chivalry and the princess. " 





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NANCY CULLOO 

Child Study 

"There are places I remember, a/1 my life, though some 
have changed some forever, not for better, in my life I've 
loved them all. " 





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JUDY RAINESS 

Administrative Assistant 

"So on and on I go, the seconds tick the time out, there's so 
much left to know, and I'm on the road to find out. " 




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Executive Secretarial 
is not what we know, but what we use. 











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NINA ANN BRUCE 
Pre-Nursing 
'It's a long and winding road to your heart. 



LAURIE SUSAN GRAHAM 

Theatre Arts 

"Everybody needs a change a chance to check out the new 
but you're the only one to see the change you take yourselt 
through. " 











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PA TRICIA H INC HEY 
Child Study 
"This I believe: that the free, exploring mind of the 
individual is the most valuable thing in the world. " 





SUSAN BUB LIN 

Medical Assistant/Secretarial 

"To reveal ourselves openly and honestly takes the rawest 
kind of courage. To teach is to learn twice." 







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PATRICIA MARIE BOY LAN 

Administrative Assistant 

"I have climbed the hills of view and looked atthe wor/dand 
descended; I have come by the highway home, and lo, it 
is ended. " 






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Travel Administration 







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Legal Secretarial 



KAREN GO M BAR 

Fashion Merchandising and Retailing 

"The greatest use of life is to spend it for something that 
will outlast it. " 











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KA THY L YNN GALO VICH 

Legal Secretarial 

"If you smile at me I will understand, cause that is 
something everyone does in the same language." 



ANN RODNEY 

Theatre Arts 

"Sing and Dance together and be joyous, but let each one of 
you be alone." 







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LISA P. FRANK 
Legal Secretarial 
'Don't Cho-pin how to go Bach. " 







LYNN ANN IERNA 

Legal Secretarial 
"All the special gifts and powers from God will someday 
come to an end. but love goes on forever. " 




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Administrative Assistant 





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HILARY JANE TO BIN 

Mental Health Assistant 

"The passion for truth is silenced by answers which have 
the weight of undisputed authority. " 



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LYNN MARIE O'BRIEN 

Fashion Merchandising and Retailing 

"Home is not where you live, but where they understand 
you. " 



BEVERL Y STR YCHA RZ 

Executive Secretarial 

'Cherish yesterday . . . dream tomorrow . . . live today. 





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CAROL ANNE CERRUTI 

Legal Secretarial 

"And now here is my secret, a very simple secret: 
It is only with the heart that one can see rightly; 
What is essential is invisible to the eve." 



JEANNE MAN BECK 
Medical Assistant/Secretarial 





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MAR/ OSULLIVAN 

Pre-Nursing 

"The time has come for us to leave; Well say good-bye and 
smoke some I'-eed. " 




JEAN COLLINS 

Executive Secretarial 

"While the world wages war it gets harder to see who your 
friends really are. " 




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PAMELA LESLIE WOLFF 

Executive Secretarial 

"The most wanted of days is that on which one has not 
laughed. " 









CYNTHIA BOY DAK 
Fashion Merchandising and Retailing 



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L YNN CEMEL 

Executive Secretarial 

"The moment may be temporary, but the memory is 
forever." 



DENISE MARIE MYERS 
Medical Assistant/Secretarial 

"The love in your heart wasn't put there to stay love isn't 
love till you give ft away. " 











KIMBERLY A. FRACASSO 
Medical Assistant/Secretarial 
'Dream what you dare to dream. 
Go where you want to go. 
Be what you want to be . . . LIVE" 



MARY BETH DEMARAIS 

Travel Administration 

"Let us not look back in anger, nor forward in fear but 
around in awareness." 





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DEBORAH ANN BOMBACE 

Medical Assistant/Secretarial 

"Years later I would hear the singing of the wind and that 

day's singing would come back. That time of going would 



return to me. " 







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CA THERINE KINCHLA 

Travel Administration 

"Chance makes our parents, but choice makes our 
friends. " 








GIN A MARIE LEONE 

Legal Secretarial 

"I've loved. I've laughed and cried, I've had my fill, my share 

of losing, and now as tears subside I find it all so 

amusing. . . " 




B REND A ANN BAKMAZIAN 
Executive Secretarial 
If you can't convince 'em — confuse 'em!" 








LORIE FRACASSO 
Legal Secretarial 



OLIVE MARY O'BRIEN 

Executive Seretarial 

"Time it was, and what a time it was, it was ... a time of 
innocence, a time of confidences. Preserve your memories 
they're all that's left you." 










CHERYL ANN LIBERA 

Art 

"/ wish you hope when things are bad, kind words when 
times are sad, and when storms are high and your dreams 
are low, I wish you the strength to let love glow." 




RHONDA R. RICCIO 
Fashion Merchandising and Retailing 
"God has saved us by living water which gives our lives a 
fresh beginning. And He put His Spirit in us. so that healed 
by His grace, we may share His life and hope to live 
forever. " 









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SANDRA MARIE SOUCY 

Legal Secretarial 

'T/7e iv/se wan /s a/ways good at helping people; and the 
bad man is the good man's business. This is called applied 
intelligence. This is indeed an important secret. " 





SALLY MC KECHNIE 
Fashion Merchandising and Retailing 
"Nothing's quite as sure as change." 







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DIANE SUSAN BOGDANOWICZ 

Medical Assistant/Secretarial 

Those who bring sunshine to the lives of others cannot 
keep it from themselves. " 







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JANE MARGARET MEILBYE 
Medical Assistant/Secretarial 
"Minutes are temporary, but memories last forever. 








PRISCILLA C. CHESLEY 

Legal Secretarial 

"To every hello there is a good-bye. and for every smile 
there is a tear. " 



PATTI CLEMENTINO 

Legal Secretarial 

"Ifs nice to be important — but it's more important to 
be nice. " 














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Fashion Merchandising and Retailing 

"7n/e fr/enflfe are like diamonds, precious and rare, 
False ones like autumn leaves found everywhere. " 








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Travel Administration 





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DEBORAH ANNE NOSTIN 
Executive Secretarial 
Joys ebb and flow within my heart. " 



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BA RBA RA -JEA N REILLY 

Child Study 

"Think of where your going and not of what you might have 
done. Time is time unending, but for you its just begun. " 



LAURA DALY 

Child Study 

"I am not afraid of tomorrow, for I have seen yesterday, and 
I love today." 





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BARBARA A BASSILAKIS 

Medical Assistant/Secretarial 

"For memory has painted this perfect day 
With colors that never fade. 
And we find at the end of a perfect day 
The soul of a friend we've made. 








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Travel Administration 

"Nothing should be more highly prized than the value of 
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Fashion Merchandising and Retailing 
'The shadow of your smile. " 




JEANNE DOTY 

Business Administration 

"We are all of us children of our time, and can never leap 
over its shadow." 






KAREN-MARIE CRONIN 
Executive Secretarial 
"An ending is a good beginning 



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Administrative Assistant 
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Executive Secretarial 

"/ complained because I had no shoes, until I saw a man 
who had no feet. " 




DEBORAH JEAN HALLADAY 
Executive Secretarial 







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Executive Secretarial 

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Fashion Merchandising and Retailing 

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Executive Secretarial 
"Love is the key we must turn. 
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Travel Administration 

"As I leave Bay Path and go out into the world, I will fear no 
evil; for thou art with me. Goodness and mercy shall follow 
me all the days of my life." 



BERRY STEVENS 

Fashion Merchandising and Retailing 

"/ do not want peace which passeth understanding, I want 
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Executive Secretarial 



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Child Study 

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I Dl Bl M BINUS. leave without ever being allowed in the I. B.T.C. and 
laic nue ice cream panics to Paula and Sally. 

!. SUSAN \RMENT WO. Ie.no all my Biology notes 10 Dr. Milani for 
future reference 

I. \l ICE BABSKI, leave 30 lbs lighter. 

I BKIND\ BAKMAZIAN, leave m\ ny Ions and rollers to anyone on 
South first who's crazy enough to wear them. 

I.G \ll Bl- \L REG \RD, leave m\ prune juice to anyone who can drink 
it without holding their nose 

I. Dl \M BOGDANOW ICZ. leave my large supply of "Midnight Oil." 

I. DEBBIE BOMBACE. leave South Hall, cell 304. where I spent "The 
Best Days ol My Life" to an) student who can survive life without Boys, 
Booze. ASD, TKE 

I, DEBBll BOURKE, leave all my unfinished business and work to next 
year's Student Government President, but lake with me the name and 
memories of this year. Also. I leave my permission to any Junior to keep 
up the tradition of calling out MAUREEN!!! 

I. CYNTHIA BOYDAK, leave my '71 Ford Torino to a Freshman 
commuter "IF" I get a '76 Triumph Sportscar for a graduation gift. 

I. PAT BOYLAN. leave all the "luncheon" giggles to some fortunate 
Junior to carry on where I left off. 



I, I'll Y I LIS CHASE, leave my natural musical talent to the next person 
who sits through The Understanding and Appreciation of Music I, The 
Understanding and Appreciation of Music II, Trends in Twentieth Cen- 
tury Music 

I. PRISCI1.LA CHESLEY, leave Bubbles a car full of smoke and 
accurate directions on how to return to BPJC from the Academy by 
curfew. 

I, DEBORAH C1RCOSTA, leave Bay Path my cute curly hair and sweet 
smile. 

1, WENDY CLARK, leave the United States after having met some of 
the nicest people that I will continue to keep as my closest friends and I 
wish them the best of luck and happiness for the future. 

I, PATRICIA CLEMENTINO, leave leaving Bay Path whenever I 
possibly could. 

I, ELLEN CONROY, leave still waiting for dinner, and my famous 
saying. 

I, CHERYL'N COX, leave my headaches, frustrations, and most of all 
my love to the class of '77. 

I, NANCY CULLOO, leave Bess's parking space to the next bomb and 
the MEN?? at WNEC. 

I, CINDY CUMMINGS, leave to anyone my football jersey to use at 
bedtime. 



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I. MARTHA BROWN, leave my TV to the next person to become 
addicted to the soaps. 

I. NINA ANN BRUCE, leave to Bay Path Junior College all of my 
empty "bic die refills" so that Mrs. Cunningham may use them for future 
orders. 

I. SL.S AN BLBLIN. Bubbles, leave a bullwhip and 5 robots to do the 
dishes to Mrs. Richards; Sharon Makar, first choice of guys at the Coast 
Guard academy Mixer: BPJC, the keys to their car; and the position of 
3rd floor doctor and fix it woman to anyone who wants to try to match 
her; and Mrs. Cohen a convoy of buses that go down to the Coast Guard 
Academy on a weekly basis. 

I. PATRICIA CARNEY, leave to Brian and better things. 

I, VALERIE CARR. leave the job of fire marshall to the next "clown" of 
Perkins Hall. My ability to sleep through any emergency to an insomniac. 
My body to the Biology department to study obesity in young women. 

I. ROBIN ( \STAGN A. leave a speedometer on my dinner plate to any 
future eater like me! 

I. LYNN ( [-.MEL. leave Sue Brown and Jean Silvestri all the popcorn in 
the world. I also leave all of the nightly visits by Sally Hall, who woke us 
up every night to say good night, to anyone who wants them. I also leave 
all my friends on the fourth floor wishing them the best of luck. They 
need it. 

I ( \ROL ANNE CERRUTI, leave "Not to worry" to any junior who 
i. LAID to anyone who can get dressed in 5 minutes, the well- 
traveled Datsun for some more traveling, and my roommate, K. T., to 
capable hands. 



I, LAURA DALY, leave 3rd floor Hampden to all the girls who didn't 
make it at the Coast Guard Academy, to Guy and the boys "The Mardis 
Gras" and wishes thaj Lucy had returned. 

I, LYNNE DANDENEAU, leave my shufflets to Good Will and the 
Ghetto to next year's floor advisor, Good Luck! 

I, HEIDI DANIELS, leave Lisa Frank, one gallon of jewelry cleaner and 
an oversized toothbrush to clean her engagement ring. May it never wear 
thin! 

I, DEBRA DAVIS, leave hair twirling and split ends to the Theatre Arts 
Department for further research in characterization. 

I, BETH DEFORGE, leave nada. 

I, KAROL DELELLA, leave the job of keeping Barbra Streisand alive in 
the dorm to Margot Stegerwald. 

I, JEAN DELLA ROCCA, leave to Bay Path Junior College my motto 
for living. 1 . You should never quit a job until you are finished with it. 2. 
When your problems are the greatest, your laughter should be even 
greater. 3. If you find you can do a job, forget it, take on one that's 
impossible and try to accomplish it! 

I, EILEEN DESMARAIS, leave a thanks for those that participated in 
the class. "THANKS" 

I, ALLISON DODGE, leave my good study habits, neatness, and nick- 
name of T-Mouse to Marietta. I also leave my 50 lbs. lost, and more 
knowing me, to the Anatomy and Physiology labs in hopes that the 
disection of cats will be discontinued! 






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I, SANDRA DUVAL, leave the spirit of the goody bag to the gang, and 
room 415 to all malnutritioned people in the world. 

I, BEATRICE ELKIN, leave Joette a reserved parking space for those 
nights that transportation is impossible. 

I, KAREN ANN FOOHEY, leave shorthand and tapes to everyone, 
traffic on 91 to any commuter who can stand it, and last but not least, I 
leave. 

I, DIANE FORTE, leave talking with my hands and saying, "1 don't 
believe it, I don't believe it." 

I, LORIE FRACASSO, leave still in tears. 

I, LISA FRANK, leave Heidi Daniels a "Karrot" in which to wear and 
shine. 

I, PAM GALLANT, leave all 125 Koala Bears to the next B.P.J.C. 
Koala freak. 

I, BARBARA GEORGIA, leave all the mail I never got to anyone who 
wants it. 

I, MARY LYNN GERACE, leave my collection of diets and exercises to 
anyone who needs them. 

I, KAREN GOMBAR, leave laughing at all of Donna's comments. 

1, LONA GOVE, leave with my diary tucked safely under my arm. 

I, LAURIE GRAHAM, leave my ^twinkle toes" to David Potter's Fu- 
ture dance classes. Love and thanks to Mr. Norton and Mr. Gaffney for 
everything. 

I, GAYLEEN GRENDAHL, leave part of my arm stuck up the candy 
machine, for anyone who wants chocolate lady fingers; I leave Dick 
Booth's Greaser Hop with a new idea of Anatomy and Physiology and I 
leave my love of people to anyone open and honest enough to handle it. 

I, SUE GRIMES, leave my medical books to a junior Medical Assistant. 

I, DAWN GUITE, leave the "executive" dining room tabic in West Hall 
to my junior "PALS" of Perkins Hall along with Judy Jane, and Lil-la. 

I, SALLY HAIL, leave my loud rowdincss and the uncanny ability not 
to cut any classes. 

I, LORA HAMELIN, leave my many different rooms on 2nd floor 
Bollum Hall, the tears I shed to "Don't let the sun come down", the hours 
spent with Gay's Kalidescopc, and finally I leave "THE FAN," may it 
rest in peace. 

I, DIANF HARTMANN, leave all the terrific lunches to another suffer- 
ing day student who has to eat them! 

I, JACQUELINE HONEK, leave my nickname, "Pinto'' to anyone who 
deserves it! Also, I leave an onion ring and tomato to P.S., K.S., J. P., 
R.R., L.C., and D.M. 

I, SUE HOWES, leave a car to any junior who can escape « henever she 
needs to. 

I, KAREN HUG, leave my room in South Hall loanvone deserving of it 
and who can put up with the noise outside the window. 



I, LYNN IERNA, leave my place in meal lines to Angela Julian. 

I, PAULA JACKSON, leave Tom O'Connor the flag pole and whatever 
goes up it, I leave Gay all the "wow's" she can freak, I leave the Civic 
Center three free $5.00 tickets, and final!) leave my glass up to the wall 
for anyone who cares to try it. 

I, CATHERINE KINCHLA, leave wishing Dari Migliaccio had come a 
semester earlier. 

I, CINDY KRUSHINSKI, leave four hours of shorthand tapes to all 
lucky seniors, the problem of finding a commuter parking space, 1-91, and 
most of all I leave to be with Donald. 

I, JAN LAFOUNTAIN, leave 3.00 a.m. phone calls and unheard fire 
alarms to Bollum Hall. 

I, DEBORAH LANGTON, leave the frustrations and insanity of work- 
ing in the bookstore during the first week of school. 

I, SUSAN LaPAN, leave to the 3rd floor girls of South Hall, mj I 
shower, No. 2. Thanks girls for being so good about staying out of it. 

I, MARTHA LATHROP, leave my 4.30 a.m. phone calls to an incoming 
junior. 

I, MARY ELLEN LEBEAU. leave Berkshire 3. and all the headaches 
that comes with it. I also leave the ghetto to the next 2nd floor R.A. and 
all the lucky juniors who get to live there. 

I, DEBBIE LEFEBVRE, leave im allergy pills to Karen I 

I, JANE LeMAY. leave m\ French mating-call, "Parlc'vou 

humma" to whoever needs the technique. 

I, GINA MARIE LEONE, leave all my tears and tissues lo Ba) Path 

I, JANINE M. LIANA, leave to Daphne a mailbox lull of letters and the 
sweat it takes lo get through Senior year. 

I, CIIFRYL LIBERA, leave my green thumb lo anyone who wants it, 

I, DOT LYDON. leave room 301 to the four new attic dwellers of 
Empsall Hall nexi >car 

I, MARY MADi.R. leave 3 quarter-pounders with cheese 

the "bookie" al the Enfield McDonalds I also leave bumping on the 
patio with Lora Hamelin on ( ampus Da) night; .mil as I am eating ni> 
corn 1 leave Sue Boutilier room 2(>s it she should want it 

I, PHYLLIS MADORE, leave to Barbara Van Ness a new h.m 
Vick) I . thanks lor the use of her boyfriend's hands \nd I 
Taylor, the best of luck for gelling bv again next 

I, SHARON MAKAR, leave going to the < ' 

times io an) junior with as much ambition as me 

I. II \\M \1 \NBE< K. leave tin sistCI I i 

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I. \1R \ \1 \ R 1 I N . leave to the incoming students of Ba> Path the joys 
and angers of conquering the I earning l.ab handicaps! 

I. MICHEI I 1 M \ITOON. leave BP.IC a lot different; Tom. the guard, 
with a broken heart; a front row seat to the John Denver concert to the 
next Denver freak; and her voice forever singing through 3rd floor South. 
Her bed for the next student who likes to sleep for 15 hours a day. 

I. ROSENOA NIC \l MON, leave Cheryl'n Cox. all the cakes, cookies, 
candy, and ice cream 1 can possibly get my hands on. 

I. LI 1 I MCGl IRE. leave never having found Nichols College, and 
•Secretarial and clerical office work" to Mr. Hayward's next student 
assistant. The kevnotes leave Mr. Page to his one maid-a-milking. 

I. JANE ME1LBYE. leave counting the days till she sees Kenny again. 

I. DENISE xlORIN. leave Barbara Gratchian all the medical supplies 
she has given me this vear. 

I. DENISE MYERS, leave my disected cat to all the Pinto's on fourth 
floor South. 

I. TRACY NELEN. leave my N-t-shirt and what's in it to those less 
fortunate, and her favorite saying, go branch to those who need encour- 
agement. To turkey; all the bumpy bum sweaters she can find and a razor. 
1 also leave a permanent pass at Poor Richards on Tuesday nights with a 
reserved seat near every good-looking guy with a discount on every third 
case of booze: to those who get bored easily. 

I. DEBORAH NOST1N, leave Linda Nunziato all my steno tapes for a 
small sum of $1,000. 

I. LYNN O'BRIEN, leave my junior year, first semester pass to A.I.C. to 
any newcomer dumb enough to take it, cobwebs in Box 354 to my 
successor, and I also leave with memories of campus day. 

I, OLIVE O'BRIEN, leave the rice pilaf to the chef (or anyone else that 
wants it). My empty mailbox to the spiders. 

I, CATHY PAGUNI, leave all my expressions: "no really" "get out" to 
Jung Wong Paik. 

I. JUNE PALERMO, leave free dancing lessons to the 4th floor South 
senior girls, S50 of change to P.S. for phone calls, to R.R. & Petillo. I 
leave 1st semester and N.Y.C., Sunday night phone calls to Michael, and 
my cheeks behind. 

I. DONNA PARENT, leave laughing at Karen's rediculous drawings. 

I. POLLY PARKER, leave my pickled eggs to Duck and beer and 
pretzels to the guys at WNEC. 

I. LINDA PAYNE, leave to Mr. Page's next organ pupil, a beautiful pair 
of Mary Jane's with leather heels. 

I. RONDA PEDERZANI, leave Moira Sullivan seven beers at Pizza 
Palace and maybe even more if she can drink them. 

I. MERLYN PERH AM, leave Claire Dupont a soggy washcloth to wipe 
soup off her pants. 



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I, SUSAN PUTNEY, leave behind my used tap shoes, cracked voice, and 
curiosity to anyone who wants them. 

I, JUDITH RAINESS, leave all the dining room chairs to West Hall as 
challenge to next year's "Grace". 

I, DEBRA RAMOS, leave as alias Miss Susie Homemaker, now travel- 
ing off into the wild blue yonder reading my Kiddy Lit. stories. 

I, DARLENE RAMSEY, leave the learning lab with no regrets and look 
forward to more free time after May I 5. 

I, MARYBETH RAY, leave my exercises and swimming to Karen Elliot. 

1, LINDA REUTER, leave my reservations for the pool table to any 
junior who would have more luck than I did. 

I, RHONDA R1CCIO, leave Junnie Moonie my green elf slippers, my 
number 9, and a word pronounciation book. To J.H., P.S., J. P., D.M., 
L.C., J.S., and K.S., a tomato and an onion ring. De and Jim get an 
invitation to join us at another formal. To Cheryl I leave a blue ashtray 
and many thanks. To my buddy Ginny, a shirt to wear to Wed's Bio lab. 
To J & D a weekend trip to N.Y.C. To Robyn — a horse and buggy. To 
B-3 many happy memories. My PTK sweatchirt to Tuesday night. Berry 
and Judy can have my Buxton notes. 

I, ANN RODNEY, leave with a pencil behind my ear, still drowning in 
ships creek due to loss of paddle. 

I, CHERYL ROSE, leave my cat to Rhonda, and my leaky room under 
the bathrooms to anyone who wants it. 

I, MAUREEN ROSS, leave much love to my special friends: Cheryln, 
Laurie, Val, Dawn, Betsy, Peg E., Jean and Linda. And to "Doc", Mr. 
Foster and my family — my love and thanks for everything. 

I, PATRICIA ROTH, leave not having to worry about how to get to New 
York anymore, and all my illnesses to anyone who wants them. 

I, LORRIE ROUSSEAU, leave my private seat at Poor Richard's along 
with my jokes going up the ski lift to Joe so he never forgets me and my 
heater. 

I, ERIN SCANLON, leave Joan Labun all the chicken croquettes and 
the macaroni so she won't starve between classes. 

1, CAROL SCOTT, leave my claws and the thousands of bottles of nail 
polish that I used in my two years here. 

I, KATH Y SHANE, leave Patty giggling in the hallway, baby powder on 
Jackie's head, a slice of tomato and an onion ring, and her dummy 
hanging out of the fourth floor window. 

I, MARY SH I ELDS, leave Donna Ford, Dale Stables, and the Boots and 
Saddle Club. To Janet, my roommate I leave a Baby Blue Vet named 
"Peter" and a lifetime supply of rum and coke. To Polly I leave a life size 
poster of Larry Czonka. To Mary Mader I leave a permanent place at the 
front desk in Bollum Hall. Janet Stevens wishes good luck to the next 
floor advisor on Bollum Hall Second Floor. 

I, JEAN SILVESTRI, leave remembering the wine party, New Hamp- 
shire; talks with Linda, Torrey, and Lisa; the best roommate ever — 
Susan; and my friendship forever to Jackie, Patty, June, Rhonda, Denise, 
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I, LINDA SINSIGALLI, leave room 316 permanently, and my tennis 
ability to Mrs. Cohen. 

I, SANDRA SOUCY, leave my nickname, "Satch Gersham Obersame, 
Ethnocentrism" to anyone who can pronounce it. I also leave Mr. Norton 
my sch. seeing that I could never learn the "technique" 

I, JANE SPINO, leave Ned, my diets, my irresistible urge to laugh at 
4:00 a.m. and my nickname of Hoover. 

I, JAN STEVENS, leave to Mary Shields a call from Jim from Zeta Chi 
once a day; I leave Rose in hopes that she will turn out better than her 
mother, Sara; and 1 leave Mary one case of coke for her midnight parties. 
To Paula Jackson I leave a lifesize picture of T.T. To Mary Mader I leave 
the MacDonalds in Enfield; and the unit in room 208. 

I, MARY ELLEN STUBBS, "leader of the pack," leave behind 
"STUBS" only to be replaced. 

I, CLAIRE SULLIVAN, leave two years of undone homework to some 
sucker to do it. 

I, PATRICIA SULLIVAN, leave a year's supply of chewable vitamin C 
to any person with a cold; a tomatoe and onion ring to Pinto; and my 
weekends to Bobby. 

I, ALLYSON SUTHERN, leave 1,274 pages of steno tapes and one 
cramped hand. 

I, ANDREA TASHJIAN, leave the 20 pounds and 4 inches I had hoped 
to gain during the year to any short, skinny junior. I also leave Betsy, 
Mary Ellen, and Debbie good and bad (?) memories of our years at Bay 
Path, and thanks for being great roommates. 

1, LYNNETTE TERAZZI, leave still playing Beach Boy albums. 

I, KAREN TOYNBEE, leave the wilted "MOP UP" sign to the next FA 
of Bollum first, Jack Nicklous to no one!! My checkbook to my roommate 
so it won't visit Enfield Mall ever again! I also leave my imaginary 
flowers, telegrams, and messages in front of Bollum 102. 

I, JANE SPINO, leave Ned, my diets, my irresistible urge to laugh at 
4:00 a.m. and my nickname of Hoover. 

I, BONNIE TRICKETT, leave Elbow Beach with a place setting of their 
silver. 



1, PAMELA WOLFE, leave passing on my newspaper shirt to the 
Theatre Cast Parties and also my TWO Donnie Osmond Albums to First 
Floor South. 

We, LOUANNE DEFRINO and KATHY PAINCHAUD. leave the 
Theatre Department in hopes of returning to fulfill our roles as Pcicr Pan 
and Tinkerbell. 

We, JANE BOSCOand KAREN TOYNBEE. leave the slide at the Big 
"E", screaming. 

We. CHERYL LIBERIA and PAMELA REDIFER. leave Mr. 
Hayward Cheryl's dorm room and Pam's house lo use as storage space for 
the Art Students, and luck to gel through next year and its problems 

We, BEATRICE ELKIN and DEBBIE BOMBACL, leave room 326's 

balcony and window to anyone who has the guts to occupy it 

We, KATHY HAYWARD, PAMELA REDIFER. JAN Ml VI \S. 
LINDA PAYNE, and VALERIE CARR. leave to Mr. Page a gold- 
plated staff marker to prop up the window, a permanent place as a judge 
in Miss Agawam beauty contest, 3,000 copies of Trv to Remember, and 
the sister collages compliments of the keynotes. 

We, MPS. and M.B.K., leave 302 to Sue. Ana-Maria, and anyone else 
they can squeeze in! 

Wc, MARY MOLLOY and SALLY MCKECIIMI . leave Sue I aFon- 
lainc and Laurie Gullo the neatness of our room and Burt with the hopes 
that they will pass them on to two more lucky people 

We, LINDA CAMPOCHIARO and BOBBY SPANGENB1 R(.. leave 
Kate and Nancy our "check off list" of Bay Path Junior College 

Wc, DAWN, LAURIE. VAL, BETSY. MAUREEN. CHERYI N. and 
PEGGY, leave Jean $40.00 for a ticket to see Bob Dylon again 

We, NANCY LORIL and ANA MARIA Ml II A. leave Baj Path .i 
big rain puddle at the corner of the tennis court and Empsall, with the 
hope that every Junior and Senior, not to mention the Administration will 
have the urge to jump in it as we had 

Wc, KATHY. I.ORI. and NANCY, leave our best wishes to the ncxi 

yearbook staff. 



I, BETSY TUDAN, leave my hopes that there will be at least 1 new 
senior next year who will be shorter than myself. Also, I leave my self- 
addressed, stamped envelope to Mr. Kane in case he ever chooses to mail 
me my theme. 

I, PAULA VALENTI, leave Killer at the Jungle Room. 

I, BARBARA VAN NF.SS, leave all the breakfast 1 haven't eaten and 
my bed to anyone who sleeps as long as I do. 

I, KAREN WAHLBERG, leave my muddy parking place to Nancj 
Moore in hopes that Bay Path paves it for her next year. 

I, LYNN WELCH, leave a Springfield tie-line from West Hartford free 
- finally! 

I. fVlEL WILLSON, leave wishing I could take Dr. Batrawi with me 
when I transfer. 






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\1 B1NUS. DEBORAH: Greenwich. CT 23 
\QL ADRO, klMBERLY: Northampton, MA 112 
\RA\Y. KATAL1N: Somers, CT 1 1 2 
\R\U : NTANO. SUSAN: Enfield, CT 47 
B ABSK1. ALICE: South Hadley, MA 64 
BAKMAZIAN, BRENDA: Farmington, CT 76 
BASS1LAKIS, BARBARA: Chicopee, MA 87 
BEAUREGARD, GAIL: Gardner, MA 41 
BEKEME1ER, KATHRYN: Northampton, MA 18 
BIERNAT, JOAN: Chicopee, MA 30 
BOGDANOWICZ, DIANE: Longmeadow, MA 80 
BOMBACE, DEBORAH: Hamden, CT 75 
BOSCO, JANE: Winsted, CT 109 
BOURKE, DEBORAH: McMurray, PA 43 
BOYDAK, CYNTHIA: Wilbraham, MA 72 
BOYLAN, PATRICIA: Wilbraham, MA 64 
BROCKNEY, JEAN: Ludlow, MA 83 
BROWN, MARTHA: Suffield, CT 24 
BRUCE, NINA: Springfield, PA 62 
BUBLIN, SUSAN: Westbury, NY 63 
BURLESON, DIANA: Longmeadow, MA 112 
CAMPOCHIARO, LINDA: Memphis, TN 20 
CARNEY, PATRICIA: E. Longmeadow, MA 93 
CARR, VALERIE: Revere, MA 22 
CASTAGNA, ROBIN: Glastonbury, CT 39 
CEMEL, LYNN: Burlington, VT 73 
CERRUTI, CAROL: Demarest, NJ 70 




ASE, PHYLLIS: S. Windsor, CT 19 
CHESLEY, PRISCILLA: Mendham, NJ 81 
CHOJNICKI, CLAUDIA: Farmington, CT 19 
CIRCOSTA, DEBORAH. Agawam, MA 20 
CLARK, WENDY: Bermuda 22 



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CLEMENTINO, PATRICIA: Windsor, CT 81 
COLLINS, JEAN: Port Chester, NY 71 
COMEAU, BRENDA: South Windsor, CT 57 
CONROY, ELLEN: Wethersfield, CT 21 
COX, CHERYLIN: New Haven, CT 89 
CRONIN, KAREN-MARIE: Manchester, CT 89 
CULLOO, NANCY: Springfield, MA 60 
CUMMINGS, CYNTHIA: Central Valley, NY 56 
DALY, LAURA: Massapequa, NY 86 
DANDENEAU, LYNNE: Northampton, MA 52 
DANIELS, HEIDI: Greenfield, MA 82 
DAVIS, DEBRA: Simsbury, CT 18 
DEFORGE, BETH: Agawam, MA 105 
DEFRINO, LOUANNE: Hartford, CT 51 
DELELLA, KAROL: Scotia, NY 91 
DELLA ROCCA, JEAN: East Hartford, CT 31 
DEMARAIS, MARYBETH: South Windsor, CT 7 
DESMARAIS, EILEEN: South Windsor, CT 51 
DODGE, ALLISON: Armonk, NY 32 
DONOVAN, KAREN: Manchester, CT 112 
DOTY, JEANNE: Fairfield, Ct 88 
DOWD, SHEILA: Fayetteville, NY 101 
DUCHARME, ANDREA: Stafford Springs, CT 31 





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DZIADUL, MARTHA: Enfield, CT 110 
ELKIN, BEATRICE: Cornwall, NY 110 



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FETTES, SUZANNE: Springfield, MA 48 
FILLION, EILEEN: Ludlow, MA 109 
FITZGERALD, KATHLEEN: Pittsfield, N 
FOOHEY, KAREN: Hartford, CT 40 
FORTE, DIANE: West Hartford, CT 90 
FRACASSO, KIMBERLY. Winstead, CT 74 
FRACASSO, LORIE: Winstead, CT 77 
FRANK, LISA: Ballston Lake, NY 67 
FULLER, DEBRA: Ludlow, MA 104 
FULTON, KIMBERLY: Suffield, CT 93 
GALLANT, PAMELA: West Suffield, CT 37 
GALOVICH, KATHY: South Windsor, CT 66 
GENTILE, ELAINE: E. Longmeadow, MA 104 
GEORGIA, BARBARA: Ludlow, MA 13 
GERACE, MARY: Boca Raton, FL 84 
GILBERT, KATHERINE: Rocky Hill, CT 27 
GOMBAR, KAREN: W. Springfield, MA 65 
GOVE, LONA: Bradford, VT 102 
GRAHAM, LAURIE: Wayne, PA 62 
GRENDAHL, GAYLEEN: Litchfield, CT 54 
GRIECO, LINDA: Marblehead, MA 56 
GRIMES, SUSAN: West Hartford, CT 14 
GROSSL TERESA: Schenectady, NY 68 
GUITE, DAWN: Berlin, CT 50 



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HALL, MERRI-ELLEN: Durham, CT 15 
HALL, SALLY: Simsbury, CT 29 
HALLADAY, DEBORAH: Suffield, CT 90 
HAMELIN, LORA: Chicopee, MA 12 
HARTMANN, DIANE: Ellington, CT 28 
HAYWARD, KATHRYN: Springfield, MA 92 
HIGGINS, ELIZABETH: Fayetteville, NY 29 
HILL, DEBORAH: Springfield, MA 92 
HINCHEY, PATRICIA: Glastonbury, CT 
HONEK, JACQUELINE: Milford, CT 14 
HOWARD, LISA: Ridgefield, CT 94 
HOWES, SUSAN: W. Springfield, MA 24 
HUG, KAREN: Milford, CT 15 
IERNA, LYNN: Wethersfield, CT 67 
JACKSON, FADINE: White Plains, NY 102 
JACKSON, PAULA: South Windsor, CT 54 
KELLY, MARY: Hudson, MA 107 
KINCHLA, CATHERINE: Falmouth. MA 75 
KOOP, MARY: East Hartford, CT 112 
KOT, ANN: E. Longmcadou. MA 95 
KRUSHINSK1, CYNTHIA: Glastonbury. C I 30 
LAFOUNTAIN, JANICE: Northford, CT 25 
LANGTON, DEBORAH Ludlow, M\ 95 
LAPAN. SUSAN: Milford. MA 16 
LATHROP, MARTHA: Scotia. NY 33 
LEBEAU, MARY El I EN Northampton, M 
LEFEBVRE, DEBORAH I issex Junction. VT 12 
1 EMAY, JANE: Filchburg, MA 13 




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LIANA, JANINE: West Suffield, CT 40 
I IBERA CHERYL: Cromwell, CT 78 
LORIF. N ANCY: Hudson. NY 106 
LYDON. DOROTHY: Concord, MA 55 
MADER, MARY: Warren, PA 17 
MADORE, PHYLLIS: Enfield, CT 50 
M \KAR. SHARON: Fairfield. CT 41 
MANBECK, JEANNE: Sturbridge, MA 70 
MARATEA. PAMELA: Springfield, MA 59 
MARTELLE, LYNN: Chicopee, MA 91 
MARTIN, NIRA: Ludlow, MA 42 
MATTOON, M1CHELE: Fairfield, CT 16 
MAURICE JONES, HENRIETTA: West Africa 85 
MCALMON, ROSENDA: Jamaica, NY 97 
MCCOLLUM, KAREN: E. Longmeadow, MA 65 
MCGUIRE, LOUISE: North Branford, CT 25 
MCKECHNIE, SALLY: Clinton, CT 79 
MEDLYN, PAMELA: Milford, NH 55 
MEILBYE, JANE: Nantucket, MA 80 
MILLER. DAWN: Bristol, CT 17 
MOLLOY, MARY: North Adams, MA 98 
MOR1N. DENISE: W. Springfield, MA 21 
MOSES. LYNNE: Vernon, CT 88 
MYERS, DENISE: Ridgefield, CT 73 
NASSER, TERESA: Fall River, MA 112 
NELEN, \WF: Springfield, MA 61 
NELSON, FORI: Bristol. CT 100 




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NOSTIN, DEBORAH: Agawam, MA 85 
O'BRIEN, LYNN: Sturbridge, MA 69 
O'BRIEN, OLIVE: Naugatuck, CT 77 
ONEIL, PEGGY: Odessa, NY 43 
O'SULLIVAN, MARY: N. Plainfield, NJ 71 
PAGUNI, CATHERINE: Meriden, CT 108 
PA1NCHAUD, KATHRYN: Westfield, MA 34 
PALERMO, JUNE: Linden, NJ 96 
PAOLINI, MARYELLEN: Stafford Springs, CT 33 
PARENT, DONNA: W. Springfield, MA 45 
PARKER, POLLY: Gaylordsville, CT 39 
PAYNE, LINDA: East Orleans, MA 35 
PEDERZAN1, RONDA: Amherst, NH 103 
PERHAM, MERLYN: Enfield, CT 106 
PERHONIS, PAULA: Amherst, MA 49 
PUTNEY, SUSAN: Laconia, NH 49 
RAINESS, JUDITH: Scarsdale, NY 60 
RAMOS, DEBRA: Nantucket, MA 34 
RAMSEY, DARLENE: Stafford Springs, CT 9 
RAY, MARYBETH: West Hartford, CT 44 
REDIFER, PAMELA: Longmeadow, MA 42 
REILLY, BARBARA-JEAN: Peekskill, NY 86 
RESC1A, DONNA: Springfield, MA 108 
REUTER, LINDA: Springfield, MA 44 
RICCIO, RHONDA: Southington, CT 78 
RODNEY, ANN: Longmeadow, MA 66 
ROSE, CHERYL: Montpelier, VT 52 
ROSS, MAUREEN: Commack, NY 32 




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ROTH, PATRICIA: Wethersfield, CT 48 
ROUNDY, LINDA: Wilbraham, MA 98 
ROUSSEAU, LORRIE: Holyoke, MA 59 
ST. PIERRE, CLAIRE: Auburn, ME 107 
SCANLON, ERIN: Agawam, MA 61 
SCHUSTER, NANCY: Pottsville, PA 27 
SCOTT, CAROL: Beverly, MA 11 
SEDGWICK, BETSY: East Orleans, MA 26 
SHANE, KATHRYN: Mcrrimac, MA 11 
SHEA, MELINDA: Enfield, CT 47 
SHIELDS, MARY: Rockvillc Centre, NY 45 
SHUMWAY, JAYNE: Amherst, MA 84 
SILVESTRI, JEAN: Simsbury, CT 82 
SINSIGALLI, LINDA: Windsor, CT 105 
SOUCY, SANDRA: Winsted, CT 79 
SPANGENBERG, BARBARA: Litchfield, CT 96 
SPANNBAUER, MARYPAT: Elmira, NY 100 
SP1NO, JANE: Torrington, CT 23 
STAFFORD, JANE: Suffield, CT 58 
STELLATO, JANET: Springfield. MA 1 12 
STEVENS, BERTHA: Dover, NH 97 
STEVENS, JANET: Winsted, CT 46 
STIRTON, BARBARA: Wilbraham. MA 10 
STRYCHARZ, BEVERLY: Chieopee. MA 69 
STUBBS, MARY ELLEN: Windsor. CT 53 
SULLIVAN, CLAIRE: Glastonbury, CT 46 
SULLIVAN, PATRICIA: Wethersfield, CT 10 
SUTHERN, ALLYSON: Windsor Locks, CT ') 



TAROZZI, NANCI: Springfield, MA 99 
TASHJIAN, ANDREA: Sea Cliff, NY 53 
TERAZZI, LYNETTE: South Windsor, CT 28 
THIBODEAU. VICKY: Enfield. CT 38 
THORNBURG, CYNTHIA. Alexandria. V A 1 1 
TOBIN, HILARY: Gouverneur, NY 68 
TOB1N, KETHLEEN: Gouverneur. NY 112 
TOYNBEE, KAREN: Spring Lake. NJ 101 
TRICKETT, BONNIE: Enfield. CT 87 
TUDAN, ELIZABETH: Windsor. CT 38 
VALENTI. PAULA: W. Springfield. MA 57 
VAN NESS, BARBARA: Penlield. \Y 36 
VILELA, ANA MARIA: Stamford. (T 1 I I 
WAHLBERG. KAREN: Wilbraham. MA 58 
WAITE, VALERIE: Litchfield. CT 99 
WARNER. G1SELE: Springfield. MA 83 
WITCH. LYNN: Windsor. CI 36 
WILLSON, MARY ELLI V Windsor, ( I 
WOLFI . PAMEI A: 1 com... NJ 72 



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